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Old 01-03-2012, 21:15   #1 (permalink)
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aftermarket headunit and sub wiring?

im trying to install a kenwood excelon headunit in my 2001 focus. the stock head unit has three plug in the back, the new head unit has 1. i have no idea what adapters i need or what i need to do to make it work. also, im installing a 500watt rms 15 inch sub in the trunk. whats the best path to run the wires?
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Re: aftermarket headunit and sub wiring?

Best bet would to go into any local car audio centre / shop , tell them what your fitting and they will advise and supply you with what is needed .
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Re: aftermarket headunit and sub wiring?

Walmart sells the pig tail, just you will have to hard wire in the smallest plug.
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